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In Search of Fresh Air
Beijing works hard to breathe new life into tackling its worsening pollution
 Chinese Donate Anti-Poaching Gear to Kenya
 China Nurtures Better Environmental Supervision
China approves a series of plans to establish a more strict supervision system for environmental protection
 China's Overall Air Quality Improved in 2014 and Early 2015
Only 16 of the 161 major cities subject to air quality monitoring meet the national standards for clean air in 2014
 Lawmakers Mull Stricter Air Pollution Control Law
Chinese legislators are deliberating on regulating emissions from boats and ships as the country clamps down on air pollution
 China Environment Communique Exposes Poor Air, Water Quality
The Ministry of Environmental Protection on Thursday releases its 2014 Environment Condition Communique
More Environment/Energy
-Still Tilting at Windmills
-Pressing the Nuclear Restart Button
-China Adds PM2.5 in Air Quality Standards
-Tigon Debuts in East China Wildlife Park
-Chinese Pasture Region Charges Fee for Grassland Exploitation
-China to Develop Rare-Earth Based New Materials
-Chinese Company to Build Chilean Wind Farm
-China Starts Nuclear Power Safety Projects
-China's Red-crowned Crane Population Rises
-Heavy Metal Danger
-Breathe Easier
-Not So Paradise Islands
-Thwarting Dirty Migration
-Nearly 80 Pct of China's Wetlands Poorly Protected
-2.8 Mln Tons of Algae Removed from Taihu Lake
-Population of Endangered Monkey Grows in China
-China Invests Heavily in Water Conservation
-Cadmium Pollution Contained in South China River
-Infinite Wonder
-Drought Shrinks China's Largest Freshwater Lake
-China Sets Pollution Reduction Targets for 2012
-China to Release Captive-Bred Pandas into Wild
-China to Create Its Own System to Count Carbon Emissions
-Beyond Borders
-Livable Tangshan
-Low-Carbon Innovation Promoted among Chinese SMEs
-China Eyes Green Growth, Vows to Curb Pollution
-Restoring Wetlands
-China Set to Recycle 70 Pct of Waste by 2015
-China Plans to Strengthen Oversight on Clean Production
-China to Further Curb Chemical Plants
-Apple to Talk with NGO over Pollution
-China Meets Pollution Control Targets for 2006-2010
-China Restricts Land Reclamation to Protect Islands
-China to Set Stricter Emission Standards for Thermal Power Plants
-Experts Warn of China's Rising Imported Oil Dependence
-China to Strengthen Grassland Ecology Protection
-Poor Air Quality Hits Many Cities in China
-China to Launch Carbon Emissions Trading Pilot Project
-Lhasa Completes First Wastewater Treatment Plant
-China to Step up Water Facility Constructions
-Power Shortage Hits Offices, Malls in Shanghai
-China Kicks off Grassland Protection Program
-New Round of Heavy Rain Hits Southern China
-China to Build High-tech Eco-district in Ancient Capital

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